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Lorenzo

[luh-ren-zoh, law-, loh-] /ləˈrɛn zoʊ, lɔ-, loʊ-/
noun
1.
Saint, Lawrence, Saint.
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  • "I'm 'fraid Lorenzo's gittin' dissipated in his old age," he observed.

    Cap'n Eri Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • On October 31st Lorenzo paid his usual daily visit early in the morning.

  • But, that twice-cursed Lorenzo must have had the devil's luck that day.

    G-r-r-r...! Roger Arcot
  • The discovery that would rid him of Brother Lorenzo for always!

    G-r-r-r...! Roger Arcot
  • The door to Brother Lorenzo's cell began to recede, swelling in volume as it did.

    G-r-r-r...! Roger Arcot

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